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#206 Molly’s take mens sevens

A very successful Wellington GAA Mens Gaelic Football Sevens series came to a thrilling conclusion on Sunday with two fantastic semi finals and a great final taking place at Ian Galloway Park, Wellington NZ.
The first semi final of the day sprang something of a surprise with the unfancied Luke’s Skywalkers out-goaling favourites, T-Shirt Time with a marvelous come from behind win, while in the second semi, underdogs Molly Malones also fought back to grab a brilliant victory over Clonbony Flyers.
The final was another thrilling affair with Molly’s just shading things at the break.  Two goals midway through the second period for Molly Malones increased their advantage and despite late green flags from the ‘Skywalkers, Molly’s own late series of points finally pushed then to a [22] 3-13 to [18] 4-06 victory.

Here to fill us in on Wellington mens final’s Sunday’ is Kerry native, Wellington GAA Chairman, Donal Kavanagh.


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RESULTS: Sunday 13th March 2011

Round Pitch Time Team 1 Score Score Team 2 Referee
Semi 1 Pitch 1 13:00 T-Shirt Time [16] 04-04 [19] 04-07 Luke’s Skywalkers Liam Gannon
Semi 2 Pitch 2 13:00 Clonbony Flyers  [23] 05-08 [29] 05-14 Molly Malones Liam Gannon
5th/6th Pitch 1 13:30 CuChulainn Crew [16] 03-07 [16] 04-04 Dasey’s Runners Davey Rynne
3rd/4th Pitch 2 14:00 Clonbony Flyers [13] 02-07 [15] 01-12 T-Shirt Time Trevor O’Halloran
FINAL Pitch 1 14:30 Like’s Skywalkers [18] 04-06 [22] 03-13 Molly Malones Liam Gannon

NOTE: GaelicSportsCast interaction with Wellington GAA throughout the first and second mixed sevens as well as the mens sevens was an absolute pleasure.
Wellington GAA run a tight ship: they hold their games on time and their results and tables updates are timely and efficient!

Well done Wellington GAA!

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